Ecology of the Carmen Mountains White-tailed Deer by Paul R. Krausman and Ernest D. Ables. Not for the casual reader, this scentific work is no longer in print. Available while they last at this low price.
From the introduction: "Information on unexploited white-tailed deer populations is rare due to their popularity as game animals and to the lack of pristine ranges... Big Bend National Park, Texas, is one of the few undisturbed ecosystems remaining in the Southwest and is unique in that it contains the only mountain range entirely within the boundaries of a national park... This range supports the main population of the Carmen Mountains white-tailed deer in the United States." U.S. Department of the Interior Scientific Monograph Series No. 15. 6" x 9" softcover. 114 pages, 24 illustrations, 27 tables. 1981.